As published in the Long Island Press, on longislandpress.com and danspapers.com
Alice needed a home health care aide for some time before she finally allowed her daughter Susan to take charge. Susan spent months securing all the financial documentation to prove her mother’s financial eligibility for Medicaid benefits. What a relief to receive that acceptance letter from Medicaid!
Little did Alice or Susan know that they were only halfway through the Medicaid maze toward actually getting an aide in the home. How many hours of home health aide coverage will Alice receive? Who does that evaluation? What is Maximus? What is an MLTC? Are Alice and Susan supposed to know what to do next? Are you?
This is where the Cona Elder Law Medicaid Home Care Coordination Services team comes in. Our experienced and highly skilled Medicaid Home Care Coordinators navigate the entire home health aide evaluation and services implementation process with you, including:
We don’t stop at the point of Medicaid financial approval like other law firms and Medicaid advisors. We bring you and your loved one over the finish line, holding your hand along the way. That’s the Cona Elder Law difference.
In addition to providing unrivaled success in Medicaid Asset Protection planning, preparing and submitting Medicaid applications for community based care and establishing Pooled Income Trusts, Cona Elder Law administers exceptional Medicaid Home Care Coordination Services upon receiving financial approval for Medicaid benefits.
Cona Elder Law is the recognized leader in the field of Medicaid Planning, Medicaid Eligibility, Elder Law and Estate Planning. Medicaid Planning is complicated and daunting, and any misstep can cost a family tens of thousands of dollars. In this highly specialized area of law, it is imperative that you work with the experienced and knowledgeable Medicaid Attorneys and Medicaid Home Care Coordinators at Cona Elder Law. Contact us at 631-390-5000 or visit conaelderlaw.com.
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